Kirkus Reviews - Careers Book ReviewerFreelance/Project Basis (Anywhere) Kirkus Media is looking for experienced book reviewers of English and Spanish-language titles to review for Kirkus Indie, the book review magazine's section dedicated to self-published authors. Reviews are in the same format and held to the same high standards as other sections of Kirkus Reviews. Reviews are about 350 words due two weeks after the book is assigned. Ten Ways to Cultivate a Love of Reading in Students As a teacher, I was obsessed with cultivating a love of reading in my students. I love to read, loved it as a kid too. I'm equally compelled to ensure that my own child loves reading -- and he does.
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AIA Drama Blog: Kick-starting the new academic year! Wow, it's been a while since my last post! But I'm back! I have been trying to shake-off the holiday mode and get back into the routine, partly because I love routines (to a certain extent), and partly because I miss the routine too! ArteEast ArteEast (U.S.A.) ArteEast is a nonprofit organization supporting artists from the Middle East, North Africa and their diasporas. Through activities including film screenings, exhibitions, educational programs, a virtual art gallery and magazine, a virtual literary forum, and much more, ArteEast aims to build understanding of the region’s arts and cultures as well as to encourage artistic excellence. Metropolis Art Cinema (Lebanon) Metropolis is Lebanon’s first art house movie theatre. Inaugurated in July 2006, it is currently housed in the Empire Sofil theater.
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